The day Susan B. Anthony voted

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  • I have to register!
  • Register Now!!
  • NEWS
  • 1872
  • VOTE
  • Is that a women voting?
  • Good evening, What have you come for?
  • I am here to arrest you
  • The presidential elections were coming up. Susan B. Anthony rushed to the voters registration office. She argued that she was a citizen too. The inspectors were confused but allowed her to register.
  • "She is as lawful a voter as any man"
  • On November 5, 1872, the day of elections Susan B. Anthony went to vote for the president.
  • You cannot go on! You must sit down!
  • You have ignored my civil rights, political rights, natural rights, my judicial rights and...
  • On November 18, 1872, the deputy federal marshal went to arrest Susan B. Anthony. She was charged for voting without having the lawful right to do so.
  • They can keep waiting. I am not paying anything of that unjust penalty!!
  • It was trial day, the courtroom was full. People from different places had come. Her lawyer argued that she was as lawful as voter as any man. Susan B. Anthony was not allow to speak out.
  • Susan B. Anthony tried to express herself but she was not allow to speak out and was order to sit and keep quiet.
  • The trial was over and the judge found Anthony guilty. She was fined $100 and the cost of the court case.Susan B. Anthony never paid the fines.
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